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days after the election. saying any tax increase would be unacceptable. the standoff, now, already set, as the president gets surprisingly emotional. >> i'm really proud of all of you. and, uh -- >> in this brand-new footage, released overnight. >>> armed and dangerous. the massive manhunt for the bank robber called the ak-47 bandit. now, caught on tape, holding up banks across the west with an automatic rifle. police racing to track him down before he strikes again. >>> and the surprising revelation from the woman we all know from the dance floor. brooke burke-charvet's surprising diagnosis. the 41-year-old superfit mother of four's new health battle. >>> always nice to see that we are well-protected here in times square. good morning, everyone. robin is on the mend. elizabeth vargas is back. and, boy, so much anger building up here in the northeast. tens of thousands, now, day 11 without power. the utility companies are under fire for that. and gas is still so hard to find for so many who need it. >> 77% of fuel stations, gas stations, in new york city, are closed. have run dry. it's
the day after the election. what's behind the huge plunge? and what it means for your bank account. >>> high-speed heist. a jaw-dropping robbery in the middle of the day. thieves on motorcycles roar into a mall, ripping off hundreds of thousands in jewelry. and it's all caught on tape. >>> and girl power. the 9-year-old tearing up the gridiron, leaving the boys in her dust. and it's only her first season on the field. we'll hear from the boys she's beating. and we'll talk to her, live. >>> good morning, everyone. boy, sam is about the prettiest running back i've ever seen. >> she is. i just said, take that, cheerleaders. i can say that, as a former cheerleader. >> hello to robin, recovering. as you see, elizabeth vargas is here. president obama back at the white house right now. his first big challenge, negotiate a new budget deal with congress. the speaker of the house says he's open -- suggests he's open to a compromise on taxes. and you have to pay attention to this. these negotiations are going to affect everyone's taxes before next year. we're going to get into that just ahead
the timing of this all coming days after the election. if as you said the fbi had been investigating for months, how is it that the white house and congress were both left in the dark? >> representative peter king, one of those raising questions, why didn't the fbi tell the committees and the white house earlier, no response directly from the white house yet. the intelligence committee and investigators rather for the intelligence community will undoubtedly say that, listen, this was not a matter of national security. what they found was a personnel issue and that's why they passed it on when they passed it on. >> all right, i have a feeling the story is far from over. david, thank you so much. dan? >> i would agree with you on that. thanks, bianna. >>> this scandal has derailed two promising careers. paula broadwell is a lifelong overachiever, she worked in military intelligence, graduated from harvard and wrote a best-selling book, a homecoming queen, a triathlete and a mother of two. abc's reena ninan has that side of the story from washington. good morning, reena. >> reporter: go
says they want. >> reporter: and that's the problem. the president declared the election proof that americans agree with his approach, including the rich paying more, even though the congressional budget office says letting taxes increase for the rich, could cost 200,000 jobs. >> it would be a negative. but it would be digestible. and i think at the end of the day, necessary to address our long-term fiscal policy. >>> the opening negotiating position from the republicans seems to be, don't increase tax rates. but get rid of some deductions to bring in more tax money. that may not be enough to keep us from going over that fiscal cliff. but that fall may be enough to force political leaders to finally do something. >> if we do nail this down, reasonably so, i think the economy's off and running. so, we're just one piece of legislation away from a much stronger economy. >> reporter: but getting that one piece of legislation may prove very difficult. the president said the voters picked his path. and the house speaker, rightly points out that americans did return the republican hou
of this, coming just days after the election, if the fbi had been investigating the situation for months, how is it the white house and congress were both left in the dark. >> reporter: peter king one raising questions. no response directly from the white house yet. investigators for the intelligence community will say, listen, this wasn't a matter of national security. what they found was a personnel issue. >> all right, i have a feeling that this story is far from over. david, thank you so much dan? >>> this scandal has derailed two promising careers. paula broadwell is a life long overachiever, she graduated from harvard, a triathlete and mother of two. >> reporter: i spoke to friends and colleagues who knew paula broadwell. they called her the star of her generation at west point. technology can't solve all of the problems. featured in a documentary about weapons system. military smarts and enviable physique, friends said that she was devoted to the cause of wounded warriors. making this ironic that this scandal comes on veterans day weekend. >> takes the time to help somebody like m
about petraeus' affair with his biographer, paula broadwell, until the day after the election, even though agents knew about it a month earlier. fbi director robert mueller went to capitol hill wednesday, to defend the bureau's handling of the case. around the same time, the president was saying he has full confidence in the fbi but is waiting for a full explanation. >> i am withholding judgment. >> reporter: even as fbi agents continued to investigate the classified documents found in the computer of petraeus' mistress, the president said he knew of no security lapse. >> i have no evidence at this point, from what i have seen. >> reporter: but the department of defense has revoked the security clearance held by paula broadwell. as for the agent, fred humphries, his home outside tampa was dark last night, other than this car racing out of the driveway shortly after abc news arrived. >> sir, abc news? >> reporter: adding another bit of spice to the soap opera in tampa, reports that humphries had sent a picture of himself shirt less to jill kelley. his lawyer said that was true, but i
after the election. in fact the investigation had been going on for several months. any evidence of that? >> well, we don't know exactly when senior justice and fbi officials knew about this, but surely, before the election, they can argue that investigations should be kept private until they are complete. and that this was not a matter of national security. but others say if you have the cia director involved in something like this, that could open him up to blackmail, george. >> okay, martha, thank you so much. amy? >>> and to brand-new details on paula broadwell, the other woman in the explosive affair that has rocked washington and brought down america's top spy. she was also the cia director's official biographer. and abc's reena ninan has the story. >> reporter: 40-year-old paula broadwell, high school valedictorian, and harvard graduate, army reservist, and author, now ensnared in controversy, made the media rounds earlier this year, promoting "the new york times'" best-selling biography of general david petraeus. >> is he awesome or incredibly awesome? >> he can turn water into b
? >> i don't think so because they also re-elected the house republicans. whether people intended or not, we've got divided government. >> reporter: but there was one issue that the president campaigned on, it was raising taxes on the wealthy. every, single speech he gave. >> mm-hmm. >> reporter: doesn't he have a mandate there? the top earners? seeing them play more of their fair share, as the president put it. >> you can do that through loopholes without compromising growth. but what we have learned, history and economics, is that you keep raising tax rates on job creators, it will cost us jobs. >> reporter: could you see yourself supporting a plan that raises tax rates? >> i'm not for raising taxes. this is -- >> reporter: you don't support it? >> i don't support raising tax rates. >> reporter: ryan talked to us about how his family took the loss, beginning with his 78-year-old mother. what did your mom tell you after the loss? >> she was proud of me. >> reporter: she was a celebrity on the campaign trail. >> yeah, yeah, betty. she was proud of me. she gave me a hug and a kiss. >> rep
the election night loss. we will find out finally what was going on inside the romney campaign those final few days. what went wrong. and what he plans to do next. our abc news exclusive. >> we will be watching. >>> finally, victoria's secret is apologizing for a native american-style outfit in its annual fashion show. the company, flooded with complaints when a model stepped out wearing a feathered headdress and a bikini studded with turquoise stones. victoria's secret says the outfit will not be included when the show is broadcast next month. >> okay. >>> in "pop news," everybody, they may have been trying to keep a relationship under wraps. but kristen stewart certainly had nothing to hide at the premiere of "breaking dawn" last night. the "twilight" star hit the red carpet looking so hot in a sizzling sheer ina corseted gown. it left little to the imagination. and beside her, her co-star, robert pattinson, making a bold choice. an emerald green gucci suit. if she's trying to get him to forget their turbulent summer, the dress, though, definitely a good start. it looks like she has nothing
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